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Michael Borman
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Current research includes site characteristics for riparian vegetation and monitoring goose-grazing impacts on crops.  Interests include riparian assessment and management, grazing management, animal behavior, weed ecology and management.

David Froman
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My goal is the discovery of key gene networks that affect sperm mobility phenotype. The discovery of sperm mobility and the analysis of this trait resulted in three outcomes that were wholly unexpected in the mid-1990s: (1) a patent followed by technology transfer, (2) a model explaining in vivo...

Douglas Johnson
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541-737-1624
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Dr. Johnson has been a professor in the Department of Rangeland Ecology and Management at Oregon State University since 1982. His research examines the spatial behavior and movement of livestock on landscapes. He also develops models that predict animal distribution and use. Dr. Johnson is...

James Males
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Beef cattle nutrition and management; low-quality forage utilization.

Alfred Menino Jr
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541-737-3011
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The underlying theme in most of the research conducted within the last 10 years has been in comparative embryology with an emphasis in the extracellular matrix-degrading proteinases, in particular, the plasmin system, and to a lesser extent, the matrix metalloproteinases. Because of a potential...

Howard Meyer
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Richard Miller
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Spatial and temporal dynamics of sagebrush and juniper woodlands in the Intermountain Region with an emphasis in fire.

Randall Mills
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Applied research and Extension program emphasis on adding and capturing "added value" for Oregon beef cattle and sheep industries

Fredrick Stormshak
Distinguished Professor Emeritus
541-737-2325
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(1) Mechanisms of action of ovarian steroid hormones in regulating uterine gene expression as related to luteal function and embryonic mortality on the cow, ewe, and gilt.
(2) Neuroendocrine basis for sexual behavior in sheep.

Dale Weber
Emeritus Professor
541-737-2144
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Ruminant nutrition and livestock management